Windows 10 read only file attribute

Unable to load X-plane 11 on Windows 10 computer via DVD, read-only box unchecked, starts to load for about 2 seconds, then stops and read-only box has check again. How do I disable read-only attribute?

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Re: read-only

The contents of a DVD is read-only. Changing the attribute doesn't change that.

Copy the contents to your hard disk and uncheck the read-only attributes there. Then run from there.

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How about remove the attribute in CMD?

Run following commands in an elevated command prompt:
- list disk
- select disk n (n refers to the number of device you want to clean)
- attributes disk clear readonly
- exit

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